The Ethics of Enlightenment: Goya and Kant

Philosophy and Literature 15 (2):189-211 (1991)
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Abstract

This essay traces a pattern in which Enlightenment culture is seen as a contradictory or "detotalized" whole and in which the problem of ethics is defined in terms of a series of conflicting internal demands, such that the various frameworks in terms of which obligations are established cannot be reconciled

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